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DOOM SnapMap Trailer

A new article on Bethesda.net attempts to answer the question of "What, exactly, is SnapMap" with a preview of the map editor that's coming with id's upcoming new DOOM game. Build It Yourself With DOOM SnapMap trailer with an E3 presentation of the editor from id's Marty Stratton. Here's the accompanying word:


What, exactly, is SnapMap? “At its core it’s a very easy to use content-creation tool that works regardless of what platform you play on,” says id Software Executive Producer Marty Stratton. Whether you’re an aspiring level-designer or someone who simply wants to uncover all the best that the community has created, SnapMap offers endless possibilities to extend the DOOM experience. But don’t think that “easy to use” means SnapMap is overly simplistic. “You can go to a level of detail that allows you to create completely custom game modes,” Stratton promises. With community being such a big part of the DOOM experience, the team at id Software aims to offer a powerful tool that will allow anyone to unleash their creativity. “It’s one of the primary goals – to really deliver the ability to make your own DOOM to everybody,” says Robert Duffy, Chief Technology Officer, id Software. Watch our new video for even more details about DOOM SnapMap.

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Heroes of the Storm Rexxar Spotlight

A new trailer from Blizzard puts the spotlight on Rexxar, a new warrior coming to Heroes of the Storm, their team brawler/MOBA doing nothing to quell speculation that he will be released on Tuesday. The clip shows off the half orc/half ogre hunter and Misha, his faithful bear companion, showing off their various talents and abilities. There's even an introductory strategy guide for this hero that also touches on how he can be countered. Continue here to read the full story.

Total War: WARHAMMER Trailer

A new in-engine cinematic trailer from Total War: WARHAMMER introduces Dwarfs and Underground Battles! Creative Assembly offers the following description for the clip:

Deep beneath the World’s Edge Mountains, in the throne-room of the Dwarfen capital Karaz-A-Karak, High King Thorgrim Grudgebearer broods.

Poring endlessly over the Dammaz Kron, the Great Book of Grudges, he dreams of vengeance for the countless betrayals and treacheries against his people. And sometimes, just sometimes, an opportunity to settle an old score presents itself…

This spectacular new trailer uses in-engine models and animations to introduce the sturdy, redoubtable Dwarfs, one of four playable races in Total War: WARHAMMER.

Great miners and smiths, the Dwarfs craft some of the finest arms and armament in the Old World. Marching to battle in suits of rugged yet wonderfully ornate armour, they field a devastating array of black-powder weapons and artillery. In times of dire need, the gyrocopters of the Everpeak Aircorps stand ready to right old wrongs, launching skywards to rain explosive hell upon their foes.

In this epic forthcoming game, players will also be able to experience underground battlefields for the first time in Total War, with all the horrors of the dark and wonders of the deep they contain…

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Link of the Day: HELL'S CLUB. NEW MASHUP AMDSFILMS. Thanks PunkiBastardo.

Gilbert to Disney on Monkey Island Rights: "Call Me"

This month marks the 25th anniversary of the release of The Secret of Monkey Island, the first installment in LucasArts' fantastic point-and-click swashbuckling adventure series (thanks PC Gamer). Ron Gilbert, one of the game's creators, has a big post on his Grumpy Gamer blog to commemorate the occasion, offering anecdotes and images of some artifacts from the game's development like concept sketches and photos of floppy disks (the newfangled 3½" variety!). He also tosses it out there that he would be interested in buying the rights to continue the series if Mickey is willing to sell:

I don’t know if I will ever get to make another Monkey Island. I always envisioned the game as a trilogy and I really hope I do, but I don’t know if it will ever happen. Monkey Island is now owned by Disney and they haven't shown any desire to sell me the IP. I don’t know if I could make Monkey Island 3a without complete control over what I was making and the only way to do that is to own it. Disney: Call me.

Maybe someday. Please don’t suggest I do a Kickstarter to get the money, that’s not possible without Disney first agreeing to sell it and they haven’t done that.

Batman: Arkham Knight Interim Patch

Following a false start, an "interim patch" is now available for the Windows edition of Batman: Arkham Knight, which was so broken upon release, sales of the superhero sequel were suspended until things could be sorted out. As the interim tag suggests, there may still be issues, but this should address a variety of problems. This Steam Community Group Announcement from WBIE has the details:

Good news - testing for the interim patch has been completed and it is now available for those who already have Batman: Arkham Knight for PC. As a reminder, below are some of the major fixes and improvements that will be addressed with this patch:

Reduced frame rate hitches
Optimizations for system memory and VRAM usage
Improved performance on all GPUs (requires the latest drivers)
More Comprehensive In-Game Settings
Fixed low resolution texture bugs
Fixed hitches when running on mechanical hard drives (HDD)

In addition to the above, we’re continuing to work on the following for future updates:
Adding support for SLI and Crossfire
Adding support for the latest DLC & Season Pass content
Adding support for additional updates such as Photo Mode
Continued improvements and bug fixing for a Windows 7 specific memory issue that occurs on configurations with 8GB of system RAM and some NVIDIA GPUs during extended game play
Continued improvements for Windows 10 specific issues on systems with some AMD GPUs

As always, we will monitor for any additional issues that come up and will provide further optimizations and bug fixes along the way.

We would like to thank everyone for their patience and invaluable feedback. We’ll provide ongoing updates here as they are made available. In the meantime, please enjoy the game with the latest patch.

Steamship Ahoy - InCell

InCell is now available for Windows, OS X, and Linux on Steam, and the exploration game carries a 15% launch discount. This takes a step beyond the microscopic setting of Fantastic Voyage by talking place within a single cell, offering racing and strategy elements. This includes support for VR headsets, but can also be played with a traditional monitor. Here's a trailer showing things off. Continue here to read the full story.

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  • Klepto -- Steam Greenlight. "Klepto is a VR supported sandbox burglary simulation game featuring a criminal career progression from an amateur thief to high-tech professional. Players will leverage a variety of tools, disguises and hacking techniques to “strategically acquire” assets throughout sandbox neighborhood environments." Also on Indiegogo.

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Out of the Blue

Today may be a little quiet (or not, who knows?) since we're on the crest of a holiday weekend here in the U.S., as Monday is Labor Day here, a totally non-commie celebration of working for the man. This also marks the unofficial end of summer, though the season will continue for a few more weeks on the calendar. My perception is that these rules-of-thumb have been especially accurate in these parts lately, so I wouldn't be surprised if temperatures suddenly plummet after Monday. In fact, this has been so pronounced it would only be a small shock to wake up Tuesday to snow, or at least a yard full of dead leaves.

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Play: Stick Squad 4.
Brave Shorties.
Sneaky Mars Mission.
Link: Here's a Mega-list of All the Labor Day Marathons You Can Watch. Reba!
Science: Farm dust that protects children from allergies could lead to asthma vaccine.
Images: Virtual Adventures!
Media: Toddler Playing With Gorilla Toddler at the Columbus Zoo.
Drone Captures Hikers' Near Death In Maui Flash Flood. Eeek!
Stephen Colbert Mocks Jeb Bush's Colbert Raffle.


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Thursday, Sep 03, 2015

Dragon Age: Inquisition Patch 10 Notes

BioWare posted patch notes for a Patch 10 for Dragon Age: Inquisition, but they deleted them for some reason. Of course rust never sleeps, and the Internet never forgets, so there's a copy of the page in Google's cache in case you are curious about upcoming plans for the RPG sequel. Subject to change (they've been yoinked offline, after all), here are the notes:

In Patch 10 for Dragon Age: Inquisition, our focus is on introducing fan-requested features, some base ability changes, and a number of bug fixes.

We’re happy to introduce the player wardrobe. You can now choose from a range of different outfits for your Inquisitor thanks to a wardrobe in Haven or Skyhold.

The winners of the Untold Relics of Thedas contest have been selected, and their creations placed in the game. The relics’ locations are a mystery for your Inquisitior to uncover.

Thanks to prominent Thedosian scholars and Shapers, we’ve implemented a series of gameplay adjustments, designed to improve and balance the player experience.

We’ve also added the ability for players to consolidate account bound collectibles across games with a newly added Golden Nug statue located in Skyhold and Haven. With it, you can access your codex entries, crafting schematics, mounts, Skyhold decorations, and potion recipes across your online saves of the same platform. Just touch the statue with your post-game character to get access to this feature.

Continue here to read the full story.

Mortal Kombat X Expansion Plans

WBIE announces NetherRealm Studios is working on a DLC pack for Mortal Kombat X to add new characters and other content to the fighting game sequel when it is released in the first half of next year. Details are scant for now, here's the whole announcement: "Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirmed that NetherRealm Studios is developing new downloadable content (DLC) for Mortal Kombat X, the best-selling game of 2015 to-date according to US NPD. The new content will include new playable characters, skins and a new environment, all of which will be available in the first half of 2016."

Killing Floor 2 Free Weekend

Steam News announces the promised free weekend is now underway in Killing Floor 2, offering the chance to check out the new Incinerate N' Detonate content in the shooter, and entails some cross-promotion as well. Here's word on the plan:

In celebration of the "Incinerate N' Detonate" free content pack release, play Killing Floor 2 for FREE starting now through Sunday at 1PM Pacific Time. You can also pickup Killing Floor 2 at 33% off the regular price!*

Plus, check out the "Killing Floor 2 + Chivalry: Let's get Medi-EVIL" promotion!
Owners of Chivalry will receive a Knight Character and Sword weapon in Killing Floor 2
Owners of Killing Floor 2 will receive KF2 themed items in Chivalry
Current and new owners of these titles will receive this offer.

If you already have Steam installed, click here to install or play Killing Floor 2. If you don't have Steam, you can download it here.

*Killing Floor 2 discount ends Monday at 10AM Pacific Time. Chivalry discount ends September 14th at 10am pacific.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - Reckoning Released

Today is the actual day of reckoning for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, as Activision now offers the Reckoning expansion for the futuristic military shooter, forcing us to retire that obvious joke after just three repetitions. Here's word on the contents of the pack, which is also available today for PlayStation 4:

Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare Reckoning, the fourth and final DLC pack for Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare is available now on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC. Reckoning features four new multiplayer maps, the return of the Exo Grapple playlist and the epic conclusion to Exo Zombies, as players engage across four unique locations from a freezing ice shelf in the Arctic to Liberty Island in New York.

  • Overload: With a grand view of downtown New Baghdad, the map's multiple levels and long perimeter site-lines highlight medium to long-range combat.
  • Quarantine: The speed picks up in this medium sized map with its tight corners and open areas. The combination allows for any style of gameplay.
  • Fracture: Search this map's large combat areas, cradled on the shelf of a glacier, to take refuge behind wind turbines and heavy equipment.
  • Swarm: In this small to medium sized map, take position in war-scarred storefronts that provide plenty of cover over the streets of Seoul, South Korea, or flank the enemy through close quarter interiors in the center of the map.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning also brings fans Descent, the dramatic conclusion of the Exo Zombies saga. Descent takes players to a remote ocean Atlas survival facility as they encounter new "fused" Exo Zombie enemies, and have at their disposal the Trident Reflected Energy Weapon. The final episode also unveils the fate of our protagonists - John Malkovich (In the Line of Fire, RED, Burn After Reading), Bill Paxton (Aliens, Titanic, Edge of Tomorrow), Rose McGowan (Planet Terror, Scream), Jon Bernthal (Fury, The Wolf of Wall Street) and Bruce Campbell (Burn Notice, Bubba Ho-Tep), who have found themselves in a harrowing situation as they attempt to discover the true cause of the global pandemic and the terrible secret that Atlas has been hiding.

30 Years' War Begins

Slitherine now offers 30 Years' War, a new turn-based strategy game based on the massive 17th century conflict. You can find more on the game, including how to purchase it, on this page, and they offer a let's play video showing things off. Here's the announcement:

1618 – Tensions within the Holy Roman Empire have reached a climax. Ferdinand II, King of Bohemia and a zealous Catholic, is unpopular among his Protestant subjects. The revolt is brewing. Powerful European Protestant leaders are following the evolution of the situation at the frontiers of the Empire. Foreign interventions seem inevitable: Europe is on the brink of a long religious war!

Thirty Years’ War, the new wargame from Ageod, covers this decisive period of the modern European history. As the head of the Catholics or Protestants, the players have a considerable freedom of military and political actions. Recruiting new units, reinforcing the casualties with mercenaries, manoeuvring armies of thousands of men and planning yearly campaigns, will soon become their everyday life!

Powered by the famous AGE engine that proved to accurately simulate local conflicts and major wars alike, Thirty Years’ War is a wargame like no other, thanks to its deep and rarely covered historical context.

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Heroes of the Storm Eternal Conflict Ending

An announcement on Battle.net has word that the Diablo-themed Eternal Conflict event in Heroes of the Storm will not live up to its name, as it is coming to a close next Tuesday, September 8th. This will end the free Diablo hero giveaway for Diablo III players as well as the treasure goblin quests. Other elements introduced with the event will continue on, however, as Diablo III players can still earn Malthael's Phantom mount, Heroes players can still earn a Diablo III decorations, and the two Diablo-themed Heroes of the Storm maps will remain in the rotation.

More Armored Warfare Early Access

Obsidian Games is beginning a round of fifth early access to Armored Warfare, their upcoming multiplayer vehicular combat game. This test will run until September 20th, and will include new vehicles, a new PvP map, daily PvE missions, a kill camera, and more. Interested players can sign up on the Armored Warfare website for a chance to be included, or access can be guaranteed through the purchase of a Founder's Pack. They celebrate the news with a new trailer showing off the FV721 Fox armored fighting vehicle. Continue here to read the full story.

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Link of the Day: THE GAMECHANGERS Trailer (2015) Daniel Radcliffe BBC Grand Theft Auto Movie. "We need someone to play a guy everybody hates. Is Paxton available?"

QuakeCon 2016 Announced

Bethesda.net announces the 21st annual QuakeCon will take place from August 4 through August 7 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. They outline some of the activities and perks, including the possibility of shirts invoking a separated at birth we first noted in 1998. Here's the plan:

Get Ready for QuakeCon 2016!

For many, QuakeCon is an annual tradition. For others, QuakeCon 2015 was their first time attending this fan-favorite convention. Whether you’re a long-time attendee or new to the QuakeCon experience, the four-day video game festival will be back in 2016 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas, on August 4 through August 7 – so start making your plans!

Whether you come for the BYOC, tournaments, exclusive panels, or to play the latest games from Bethesda – or all the above – QuakeCon is packed with awesome activities for longtime fans and newcomers alike.

And it only gets better every year. QuakeCon 2015 was our biggest show yet! In an attendee exclusive, behind-closed-doors presentation, Todd Howard revealed a host of new details on Fallout 4. And many of the attendees were the first to play DOOM Multiplayer anywhere in the world outside of id Software!

Attendees also get to rub elbows with a number of our developers throughout the show. id Software’s studio director, Tim Willits, kicks off the show every year with the annual QuakeCon Welcome presentation, and stays all the way through the Saturday night finals party. He likes to be one of the first to set up his gaming rig in QuakeCon’s legendary BYOC – and he’s one of the last to leave.

“The event is a true “grassroots” organization; founded by only a group of fans and volunteers 20 years ago,” Willits reminisces. “The event is still supported by fans of id Software/Bethesda and largely staffed by volunteers today. The event has grown and matured over the last 20 years but what has always remained the same is the spirit of community gaming; people coming together to play their favorite games with friends and family. I have had the privilege of attending every QuakeCon, and what I enjoy the most is seeing all the great people that make this such a wonderful event year after year.”

Note: Even with a clean shave, you’ll still see Tim’s 1990s-George-Costanza-with-a-moustache mug on shirts and more. Sorry Tim, we couldn’t resist

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Company of Heroes: British Forces Released

SEGA announces the release of Company of Heroes: British Forces, a new standalone expansion for Company of Heroes 2, Relic's World War II real-time strategy sequel. This launch trailer offers a look at what to expect, the game's website has various ways to pick this up on Steam, and here's word:

SEGA® Europe Ltd, SEGA® of America and Relic Entertainment™ have announced today that Company of Heroes™ 2: The British Forces is out now for PC Digital Download on Steam and via the online SEGA Store priced at $12.99/£9.99/€12.99. The standalone multiplayer expansion for Company of Heroes 2 features the British Forces as an all-new faction, including 15 new units, up to six new commanders (three in the base game and three via the War Spoils loot dropping system) and a total of eight new multiplayer maps.

The British Forces adds a new dynamic to the Company of Heroes 2 battlefield by giving players the ability to combine powerful, coordinated attacks across two distinct combat styles – the ‘Hammer’, an aggressive, mobile approach; or the ‘Anvil’, a deliberate but highly potent defensive approach. With the addition of the British army, Company of Heroes 2 is one of the most comprehensive World War II RTS games available, with a thriving online community and over 10,000,000 online matches played since launch.

“We’re delighted to be able to launch Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces for our existing fan base and as an entry point for new players,” said Greg Wilson, Producer on Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces. “This standalone release serves as a great addition to the existing factions in Company of Heroes 2 and comes after 6 months of thorough improvements to the base game that have been warmly received by the community – from a comprehensive balance overhaul to new modding tools, a dedicated modding wiki and an in-game modding hub and in-game store to improve content discovery .”

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Leaked Beta Arkham Knight Patch Shows Improvements

A beta version of the patch for the Windows edition of Batman: Arkham Knight briefly appeared on Steam last night, giving some gamers the chance to see the progress being made following the catastrophic launch of the action sequel. There are comments from Steam users on the patch, with many praising performance improvements and new graphics options it provides. Word from a couple of weeks ago is that the patch was expected in a few weeks, so it may be officially released soon. Thanks Kotaku.

World of Warships This Month

Wargaming announces World of Warships, will weigh anchor on September 17th, as that is the official launch date for their multiplayer naval strategy game. Those interested can visit a localized site for this for North America, Europe, and Asia, and here's word:

Wargaming today announced World of Warships will officially launch on September 17. After dominating new ground with World of Tanks, and conquering the skies with World of Warplanes, World of Warships arrives, bringing thrilling naval warfare to players everywhere. The highly anticipated game of strategic naval combat will set sail with four classes of ships, a vast selection of historic vessels and endless strategic approaches to winning the fight for the high seas.

“Based on our Open Beta success with World of Warships, Wargaming is poised to launch our next big game,” stated Fred Menou, Head of Global Publishing, Wargaming. “With 2 million participants and the average player spending 3 hours a day in game we have an armada of sea captains ready to take the helm of the ultimate naval combat game.”

On September 17th, players will have four distinct classes of warships to command, featuring some of history’s most iconic vessels including legendary battleship Yamato and aircraft carrier Midway. Two full Tech Trees from the U.S. and Japan are available at launch, and several vessels from the U.K, Germany, and the U.S.S.R, including Warspite, Tirpitz, and Aurora also enter the fight. In total, there are currently over 80 historical vessels available, with more nations on their way this year.

WildStar F2P This Month

NCSOFT announces an official launch date for the free-to-play version of WildStar, saying Carbine's sci-fi MMORPG will relaunch without subscription fees on September 29th. Here's word on the launch, and how to try to get into beta testing in the meantime:

NCSOFT® and Carbine Studios™ announced today that sci-fi MMO WildStar’s free-to-play update will launch 29th September, 2015. Additionally, the second phase of the closed beta test started this week, focusing on fine-tuning the update’s changes prior to release.

More than just a business model conversion, the free-to-play launch will be the title’s biggest game update yet thanks to new content, enhanced game systems, and countless quality of life improvements. Titled WildStar Reloaded, the upcoming content update is the culmination of months of improvements and tweaks that make the game bigger and better than ever. New players will enjoy a greatly streamlined starting experience, while veteran players will be handsomely rewarded for their loyalty. As an added perk, all players with active subscriptions at the time of the free-to-play transition will also receive exclusive items as a bonus.

While the first phase of the closed beta has been focused on testing the improved player experience—including new content and tutorials—phase two will ensure that the economic aspects of the free-to-play transition are launch-ready. The second phase also offer invited players a risk-free opportunity to test the new in-game store by buying NCoin—a real money currency that is all new to WildStar. All NCoin purchased during the second phase will be copied to players’ beta characters, allowing them to test the entire purchase process and the purchased NCoin will then be transferred in full to their live characters once the transition officially happens.

The free-to-play closed beta is accessible to all current subscribers, as well as non-subscribers who have been invited and redeemed a closed beta key. Anyone can sign up for a closed beta key by visiting the official WildStar site and clicking the “Sign Up For Beta” button.

SOMA Trailer

A new trailer from Frictional Games shows of the environments in SOMA, the upcoming horror series from the folks behind Amnesia and Penumbra. The clip doesn't have any gameplay, but that will be on display soon enough, as the game is due for release on September 22nd. Thanks VG247. Continue here to read the full story.

Extreme Exorcism This Month

Publisher Ripstone and indie developer Golden Ruby Games and announce Extreme Exorcism, a Linda Blair-free action party game based on the party-friendly theme of demonic possession. This is coming to Windows, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and WiiU on September 23rd. There are more details on the Golden Ruby website and a teaser trailer offers a look. Here's word:

In Extreme Exorcism, players take on the role of Extreme Exorcist Mae Barrons – whose unconventional supernatural skills are called upon when everything and everyone else has failed to rid a haunted house of its ghostly presence. However, these aren’t your average poltergeists, as each time a spirit is eliminated, another will mimic Mae’s prior movements, weapon fires and dodges. With Extreme Exorcism, players are their own worst enemy and the longer they survive, the more chaotic the game becomes.

To aid in her efforts, Mae’s equipped with a lethal arsenal of more than 20 ghost-busting weapons, including swords, guns, grenades, mines, rocket launchers, razor-sharp boomerangs, lightning spells and Kung-Fu moves. She’ll need all the firepower she can obtain, as she’ll face 50 challenges, a single player story mode and local multiplayer with up-to four players, including both Co-op and Deathmatch modes.

Continue here to read the full story.

Dungeons 2 OS X on App Store

Kalypso Media announces Dungeons 2 is now available on the Mac App Store, offering the chance to get the OS X version for the same price as they're charging on Steam without the bonus of the Windows and Linux versions also included with a Steam purchase.

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Out of the Blue

I'm experiencing a little soreness in the middle knuckle on my right index finger. I'm not sure, but I think this could actually be from mouse clicking, which would obviously be primarily from gaming. It hasn't been bothering me for long, but it's something I want to stay conscious of, as I certainly don't need to court an RSI or anything. The sore finger actually makes sense based on my habits, the weirder thing is something I noticed some time ago, which is a callus at the base of the same finger, which I also assume is from mousing, even though contact with the mouse at that point is relatively mild. I just don't have any other activities that could adequately explain it being in that spot. The hazards of gaming.

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